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Camille is a heartbreaking character. I can't imagine her life, her pain, her strength. She was so strong in many ways, so scared in others. She was fragile, but above all she was lovable. Nate was a character. Having suffered loss, his determination to live every moment was beautiful. He was beautiful. His romantic side, his ability to love fully, his incredible thoughtfulness, his caring heart, and his bravery made him ideal for Camille. These two together were perfection. Both sets of parents played an important role in this story. Each set showed how much pain a parent can cause a child while still loving them. Parents are human too; they make decisions out of fear or pain that they believe is in the child's best interest, that actually isn't or they emotionally remove themselves from their child unknowingly. Just because humans grow older doesn't mean that we stop making mistakes. The love and mistakes from their parents all played their parts with Camille and Nathan's story. Ultimately love won. And I must mention two other characters; Poo LaRue and Ronnie. Both lightened the mood at times and were important in Camille's life. For all of Ronnie's craziness, the man had wisdom. He was a remarkable addition to the cast; a saint disguised in sugar and glitter!
I am not going to go into ANY detail about this book. This book shouldn't be spoiled for anyone. It's incredible. There are so many scenes, so many conversations that will linger with you. It's very special book. Camille and Nate are precious, their love story is not your typical high school one. This book will destroy you at times (in the best way). It will make you appreciate simple pleasures in your own life. It will fill your heart. It may make you want to make your own wall. At first I wasn't sure I liked the last two paragraphs of the book, but after thinking about it, possibly obsessing about it, I decided that it was perfect, considering everything. Please read the Author's Note and the Acknowledgements.
*Note to the author: Christina Benjamin well done! Thank you for this book. It touched me more than you can imagine, My own note to add to your Hello to Dalton. Jacob, you are always loved, you are always missed. Until our next hello.
Nate is amazing. I loved his character and how much he could love. Nate was nothing but pure joy and happiness. Cami was a survivor and strong as hell in her own regard. I understand where Cami was coming from but I absolutely believe that she should have treated Nate better. Their story develops and moves fast thanks to Nate and his persistence. I think that they were both good for each other in their own ways.
WOW!!! "Christina Benjamin" has done it again. This story surpassed all of my expectations. This is the 3rd story in the series and can be read as a stand alone. I have enjoyed the series and would also recommend reading books 1 and 2
I received an ARC of this book.
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